Tessa Blanchard recently gave fans an update on her professional wrestling career.
The last time that Tessa Blanchard was in the professional wrestling limelight was when she won the IMPACT World Championship at Hard To Kill during 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic. After that, her life and career would spiral out of control, leaving IMPACT and being stripped of her title, and this due to alleged bullying on her part, as well as racist comments. Not just that, but Blanchard would also fall out with Women of Wrestling (WOW) after becoming a centerpiece of the company.
Tessa Blanchard Claims She Messed Everything Up On Purpose
Recently taking part in an interview with Sportskeeda’s Bill Apter, Tessa Blanchard was questioned about what’s been going on in her life as of late, discussing secretive moves that she’s made in the past.
“I kind of do that on purpose. I like to keep some things for me, some things for my family. Right now, I’m in school, which is my main focus. That’s my main focus right now. I try to do one or two of the wrestling get-togethers or matches a month. Honestly, not too much more than that at the moment.”
According to Blanchard, she’s currently going to the University of Texas, San Antonio where she is studying International Affairs.
She was later asked about her process of how she picks and chooses independent dates.
“Doing whatever makes me feel happy. That’s really my main focus right now. My happiness. I don’t want to compromise my happiness for anything. Not for money, not for popularity, not for followers, not for any of that.”
In 2022, Blanchard has wrestled for both Hurricane Pro and PPW.
Blanchard would have a brief stint with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2016 and 2017, competing in four matches and losing all of them.